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. in 18 cities uber is separat operating. what does uber do and what have you createed here. >> having a driver on call% whenever they want to go anywhere, any time. we have that everybody. it's just you get out your smart phone, android iphone, what have you. you press a button and in five minutes a town car appears. >> you're able to get on your iphone a chauffeur of sorts, a black car limousine, town car it arrives faster than most taxicabs would arrive. it's a cashless system. you don't have to pull out any cash. you don't have to hand over a credit card. you don't have to worry about tips all that is done seamless seamlessly. >> credit card on file. the car gets to you. you can see it coming to you on the phone. you get downstairs, the doors open and you get into your car. because your credit card is on file, you get out of the car. no voucher you rate the driver, the driver rates you. that keeps the system awesome. our partners, which are essentially companies our need to have high quality drivers. and a lot of times our partners are companies with one driver. it's the owner of t
a lot of attention. we're doing the new york city food marathon. the 22.6 dishes in 24 hours. it's absurd, of course it is, but it gets people interested in food who otherwise would not have any interest in food. >> cenk: how dofood. >> gavin: how do you make better scrambled eggs. >> add more yolks. that will give you a dense creamy scrambled egg that tastes like you almost put cream to it, and lower temperature than--cook at a lower temperature. then the next--you have an extra egg white. then you experiment adding an extra egg white. that gives you a fluffy texture like in an omelet just by changing the ratio. >> gavin: what was the most enlivening in your perspective. wow, if i had only known 20 years ago this--was there a particular recipe or approach to cooking or style that distills some of the premise and some of the core? >> i'll give two things. the first is just how contrarian some of the best solutions are. you hear cooking the best steak. you bring it to room temperature, sear it and then cook it. if you do the exact opposite, take the steak and put it in the freezer
to bring down apartheid 25 years ago. we want every college and university and church and city divesting it's holdings from fossil fuel stock and explaining why, and putting moral pressure on them. we launched this in seattle in front of a huge crowd. the mayor stood up to introduce me. he said, i spent the afternoon talking to my treasurer figuring out how to pull our money out of fossil fuel. they made their official announcement, it will be a hideously hard fight but that fight is engaged. at least we're saying out loud what's true, that these companies are now rogue companies, and until they stop exploring for new hydrocarbons, and until they stop lobbying in washington we've really got to regard them as the source of this trouble. >> and always the bottom approach to solve problems. is it the companies who are at fault? or all of us. i'm sure you've flown around the country in a plane that uses fossil fuel. >> you answered the question yourself right there. even when we don't intend to. most of us don't care at all whether our power comes from the sun or wind or fossil fuel. in fact, w
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